Grand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Solmar Land's End Resort & Spa Cabo San Lucas
I've stayed at some pretty amazing luxury hotels, but Grand Solmar is in my top three.
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... answer was …”Do you have any US dollars”? “No” … looking at me like I’d lost my marbles…. “take out your wallet and show this man – he thinks you have US dollars."
With that the shopkeeper looked into Doug’s wallet and I showed him my $US14. I asked “Will you take Australian dollars as that’s all we have”.
His scepticsm remained and he eyed ...
Temperature: 29 degrees Celsius
Weather: Partly cloudy skies
Under partly cloudy skies and a temperature “to die for” at 29 degrees Celsius, the Legend of the Seas made its way towards a new destination in view, more precisely towards Cabo San Lucas in nowhere else than “Mexico”, at 11:00am this morning!
... and extensive sun.
Today marks six months. Six continuous months of travel since we left Melbourne on Anzac Day, April 25. The trip is just about at its end now. It all couldn't really have gone any better. We have had enough of this cruise ship, and looking forward to getting back to sleeping with windows on dry land. I think I'm getting Cabin Fever. Pancakes... pancakes!
In two days, we arrive in Los Angeles for our final four nights. Looking forward to ...
... into the car screaming and were frantically winding up our windows to stop them from coming in. I started the car whilst desperately shouting Maryanna’s name for her to jump in quickly so we could get outta there… they were swarming our windows by this point. After we caught our breath back it was pretty hilarious, “MARYANNA! MARYANNA!” at the top of my voice and I had the car in reverse and was ...
... us a choice of either being dropped back at the harbour or further down the coast at Playa Médano. This was probably a mistake. Humidity was now touching 80% and there was a distinct lack of shade.
During our walk back to the harbour we were asked many times if we wanted a water taxi or if we wanted to stop for drinks or a nice meal. Hawkers were also trying to tempt us with Cuban/Mexican cigars. I never thought I’d ever refuse cheap cigars!! Give them ...